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Swimming & Diving Teams Honored for Academics
The Hamilton College women’s swimming & diving team recorded the highest grade point average of all Division III programs for the fall 2009 semester, as announced by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) on Feb. 4. There are 242 Division III colleges with swimming & diving teams. More ...
Members of Ernest Williams' Cultural and Natural Histories of the Adirondack Park class.
Adirondack Park Class Treks North
Some Hamilton students got a real taste of the Adirondacks on Feb. 7, as 20 members of Professor Ernest Williams’ Cultural and Natural Histories of the Adirondack Park went on a snowshoe trek to Grass Pond in Old Forge, N.Y. More ...
Carousel Takes Audiences on an Enjoyable Ride
The Hamilton College Choir’s presentation of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel delighted Wellin Hall audiences on Feb. 5 through Feb 7. More ...
A scene from the Choir production of Carousel.
Choir to Present Musical Carousel
The Hamilton College Choir presents Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel in Wellin Hall on Friday, Feb. 5 through Sunday, Feb 7. Performances are Friday and Saturday, Feb. 5 and 6, at 8 p.m., and Sunday, Feb. 7, at 2 p.m. More ...
Young People's Project Leaders Meet With National Organization
Leaders of The Young People’s Project at Hamilton College met with Omo Moses, co-founder of the national non-profit organization, in Cambridge, Mass., on Dec. 22. They gathered to discuss the success of the site at Hamilton College and develop a model that would allow the success to be repeated at other colleges and universities nationwide. More ...
HAVOC volunteers clean the stacks at the Kirkland Town Library.
12th Annual HAVOC Service Day Draws 130 Volunteers
More than 130 Hamilton students turned out on Jan. 23 for the 12th annual Student Community Service Day. HAVOC sponsored the event that took volunteers to 10 non-profit organizations in the area for an afternoon of work. Work sites included the Rome Humane Society, Kirkland Town Library, Utica Public Library, Loretto Center, the Children's Museum, Emmaus House, Clare Bridge (Clinton), Rome Humane Society, Spring Farm Cares, Rome Art and Community Center, and Crouse Community Center (Morrisville). More ...
The Gnarticle: Sports Club Travels to Vermont
Eleven Hamilton students and alumni convened in Manchester, Vt., on a backcountry Gnar Club trip over the winter break, Dec. 31 to Jan. 7. For those unfamiliar with the Hamilton Gnar Club, its club description explains that it is a “Grouping of sessioning and carousing fun makers often to be found in the hills, the forest, the park, or over the steps." More ...
Back from left, Jamie Azdair, Amanda Barnes, Sam Doyon, Alex Singh, Brett Shannon, Erich Romero; front from left, Brandon Moore, Hanna Kahrmann-Zadak, Elizabeth Scholz, Stephanie Shapiro, Kasey Kaspar Hildonen.
Model EU Team Travels to Belgium for EuroSim Conference
Eleven students from Hamilton’s Model European Union team and faculty advisor Alan Cafruny, the Henry Platt Bristol Professor of International Affairs, attended the 23rd annual EuroSim conference in Antwerp, Belgium, on Jan. 5-10. The topic of this year’s conference was Russia-EU relations and Hamilton students took on a variety of roles, including members of the delegation from the Czech Republic, the Justice Minister of Ireland, and several members of Parliament. More ...
Left to right: Kadahj Bennett '12, Miguel Rosado '11, Christian Baxter '10, Anthony Mathieu '12.
Ma Rainey's Black Bottom Plays to Full House
A production of Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, by August Wilson, played to a sold-out house in the Fillius Events Barn on Monday through Wednesday, January 18 -20, as part of Hamilton’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebration. The show is directed by Mark Cryer of Hamilton’s Theatre Department. The production will be staged at Union College on Friday, Jan. 22, at 7 p.m. More ...
Seniors Thomas Coppola, James Langan, Kendra Wulczyn, Sam Cho and Sven Oman.
Five Hamilton Students Experience Life as Medical Residents
Five Hamilton students were recently given the opportunity to experience a week in the life of a medical resident at St. Elizabeth Medical Center in Utica, New York. Sam Cho ’10, Thomas Coppola ’10, James Langan ’10, Sven Oman ’10 and Kendra Wulczyn ’10 took part in the Health Experience Learning Program (HELP) from January 11 to 15. The five day internship consisted of shadowing a medical student and various first, second, and third year residents of St. Elizabeth’s Family Practice Residency Program. More ...
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